|Threat Modeling Planning Digital Security For Your Story - Jonathan Stray|
Journalism is a high risk profession, security wise. Attackers want to obtain confidential material, expose sources, or stop stories. Unfortunately, you can get your colleagues into trouble even if you yourself are not a target.This presentation covers both the security basics that every journalist should know, and the security planning needed to do a specific high-risk story. We use the framework of threat modeling to think about security: what are you protecting, who is your adversary, and wha...
Keywords: Journalism; Security; OPSEC
|Cryptolog Volume XIX Number 1 - National Security Agency|
Features: Under New Management [New Cryptolog editor] The Great Conversation OPSEC As A Management Tool Where Was The Bogeyman? There Never Was A Bogeyman by Peter D. Molan Sandlot The Almanac Approach Further To 'The Ten Most Wanted' WL [William Lutwiniak]: In Memoriam by Doris Miller, [Founding editor of Cryptolog] Classifying Your PERSUM by Richard Sylvester Shell Game Letter SIGINT In The Novels Of John Le Carre Technical Literature Report Conference Report: ITCC '91 From The Past Editorial ...
Keywords: NSA; Cryptolog; declassified; redacted; opsec; sigint; intelligence; nsa; crypto log; fundamentalist groups; joint chiefs; cincpac opsec
|Wiki - OPSEC Wiki|
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Keywords: wiki; wikiteam; MediaWiki; OPSEC Wiki; opsecprofessionalsorg_wiki; unknowncopyright
|Cryptolog Volume XVII Number 1 - National Security Agency|
Features: Brave New World by Gerald R. Young CRYSCOM '89 Recommendations The Columbus Day Virus by C313 The Cryptologic Linguist Program To New Authors A Note On The Linguist Problem The Role Of OPSEC Deputy Dawg Kryptos Essay Competition David Harris: In Memoriam Bulletin Board The Mysteries Of Gamma by Richard Sylvester Sorting, Ordering, and Heaping On Cray Technical Literature Report by David Harris Book Reviews: The Cuckoo's Egg .....
Keywords: NSA; Cryptolog; declassified; redacted; virus; datacrime; cryptanalytic; opsec; professor jones; hard disk; empirical methods; national security
|Cryptolog Volume XIX Number 3 - National Security Agency|
Features: The Third OPSEC Conference by George Jelen A Quantitative Approach For Evaluating A Facility's Technical Security Golden Oldie Writing In A Journalistic Style Minimizing The Burden Of Maintaining Software by Christine McCormick CETA A History Of Cryptology by Lambros D. Callimahos Hardware-Software Review: MAT NSA And Computer Viruses by Richard Sylvester From The Past Letter Bulletin Board Editorial To Contribute
Keywords: NSA; Cryptolog; declassified; redacted; atlas; translation; opsec; cipher; crypto log; atlas system; machine translation; software package
|Sucker Bait - MGM|
Due to their carelessness, the stupid and soft Americans in Port Haven provide Nazi spies with the military information they need for sabotage.MGM created this Army training film TF 30-2033 in 1943 but I can't find too much about it. There are some familiar actors but that's not my forte - I do recognize Donna Reed though.I've uploaded 2 versions - one has the film-leaders intact, obviously that's the longer version.Also see Don't Talk, Mr...
Keywords: OpSec; WWII; Loose Lips Sink Ships; World War, 1939-1945 -- Secret service -- Germany; Sabotage; World War, 1939-1945; World War II; Espionage
|Naval Intelligence Policy for Support to Information Operations - Michael S. Grogan|
This paper, authored in 1998, discusses the then emerging warfare line of operation concerning Information Operations and its potential useful support to future United States defense and national security objectives.
Keywords: Information Operations; IO; United States; US; national security; Michael S. Grogan; Naval War College; Naval Intelligence; global information infrastructure; GII; PSYOPS; OPSEC; EW; electronic warfare; line of operation; computer network attack; CNA; Information Assurance; I&W
|Private Snafu - Going Home - Warner Brothers Studios|
Private Snafu can't keep his stupid trap shut. As always, any error or typo is mine and if you enjoy my uploads or if you intend to make $ or otherwise profit from these files, please consider making a donation to a veteran's charity of your choice and/or Archive.org itself. Thanks :)
Keywords: WWII; Private Snafu; 1944; World War, 1939-1945; Loose Lips Sink Ships; World War II; Warner Brothers; World War, 1939-1945 -- United States -- Caricatures and cartoons; OpSec; Training Film
|Mr. Blabbermouth! - United States. Office of War Information|
1942 was quite a year for documentaries. This is a list of the nominees for the Best Documentary Academy Award 1943 (from IMDB): WINNERS The Battle of Midway: (U.S. Navy) Kokoda Front Line!: (Australian News and Information Bureau) Moscow Strikes Back: (Artkino) Prelude to War: (U.S. Army Special Services) NOMINEES Africa, Prelude to Victory: (March of Time) Combat Report: (U.S. Army Signal Corps) RKO Victory Special No...
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945; Chiang, Kai-shek, 1887-1975; World War II; Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; John Nesbitt; Loose Lips Sink Ships; World War II: Homefront; 1943 Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary; Espionage; WWII; OpSec
|Don't Talk - United States. War Department|
1942 dramatized MGM short about industrial sabotage by the Axis and the importance of keeping one's trap shut. Nominated for an Academy Award in 1943 for Best Short Subject, Two-reel.As always, any error or typo is mine and if you enjoy my uploads or if you intend to make $ or otherwise profit from these files, please consider making a donation to a veteran's charity of your choice and/or Archive.org itself...
Keywords: Loose Lips Sink Ships; Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941; World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Hawaii; World War II: Homefront; Harry Worth; Barry Nelson; Gloria Holden; Donald Douglas; Espionage; OpSec; World War, 1939-1945; Training Film; WWII; World War II; 1943 Academy Award Nominee for Best Short Subject, Two-reel